What You Need To Know About Google Maps & AR Technology

Google’s ARCore has made it possible for developers across the globe to “blend the virtual and the real more seamlessly,” improving the way people lead their lives and how businesses operate. Google Maps is the search engine’s flagship navigational tool and its latest development is to use augmented reality (AR) to make it simpler for … Continue reading What You Need To Know About Google Maps & AR Technology

Assistance from Assistants — Local Business Get Ready to Accept Calls from Google Assistant

May 31, 2019 | Contributed by: Shashi Bellamkonda In May of 2018, Google announced a new voice technology that helps consumers call a business called Google Duplex. I have been an enthusiast of Google devices and an ardent fan of Google Fi (Google’s MVNO — cell phone service) and my Google Pixel phone. For the past … Continue reading Assistance from Assistants — Local Business Get Ready to Accept Calls from Google Assistant

Attacked by Negative SEO? Lost Rankings? Read This via @martinibuster

Someone asked me about using the disavow tool to combat negative SEO and regain lost rankings. The following is a detailed explanation of what is typically involved with finding a solution for a negative SEO attack. Disavow Tool of Limited Usefulness John Mueller posted in Reddit that many inside Google feel that the disavow tool … Continue reading Attacked by Negative SEO? Lost Rankings? Read This via @martinibuster

Google has fixed the indexing issue from Thursday night

Google has confirmed today that it has fixed the indexing issue that began on Thursday night. Search Engine Land was first to report the new issue of new content not being indexed by Google. The indexing issue. Later Google confirmed the issue on Friday morning saying “We’re looking into a new indexing issue that started … Continue reading Google has fixed the indexing issue from Thursday night

Google moves hotel pricing chart into the SERP

Google is starting to show hotel price charts in search results. These graphs have been a popular feature of Google travel properties and were tested in search last year. Price graph moves into search. Here’s a SERP for the query New York Marriott Marquis that includes the price chart: Searchers can use arrows to move forward and back … Continue reading Google moves hotel pricing chart into the SERP

Google’s indexing bug is back – new content not being indexed

This morning, Google fixed a bug that affected its ability to index new content. Well, right now, that bug is back. New content not being indexed. Try finding content from large news publishers that are always pushing out content, and you won’t be able to find anything if you filter by results within the past hour. … Continue reading Google’s indexing bug is back – new content not being indexed

Keyword Difficulty: How to Determine Your Chances of Ranking in Google

Finding a bunch of keywords that you want to rank for is easy. The hard part is figuring out what it’ll take to rank for those keywords (i.e., “keyword difficulty”), and then using that information to prioritize and plan your SEO strategy. Fun fact: trying to measure the ranking difficulty of a keyword is effectively … Continue reading Keyword Difficulty: How to Determine Your Chances of Ranking in Google

The Increasingly Confused World of SMB-Customer Communications

We need a pipe on our property replaced; the job may be worth up to $3,000. My wife has repeatedly emailed and called a plumbing company we previously used and liked, but they haven’t responded after more than a week. So much for customer experience — and customer loyalty. A recent survey from SaaS company … Continue reading The Increasingly Confused World of SMB-Customer Communications

Google updates Search Quality Evaluator Guidelines

On Thursday, Google updated its Search Quality Evaluator Guidelines for the first time since July 2018. The refreshed guidelines add more detailed directions regarding interstitial pages and content creator expertise, and buckets “E-A-T” (Expertise, Authoritativeness, Trustworthiness) within “Page Quality” in certain sections. Why we should care. The Search Quality Evaluator Guidelines are what human quality … Continue reading Google updates Search Quality Evaluator Guidelines

GoDaddy’s GoCentral Platform Allows SMBs to Create, Claim Yelp Listings

GoDaddy, the world’s largest website domain name registrar, has made it easier for small businesses to create, claim and manage their online Yelp listings, as well as monitor their reviews, by announcing an integration with the review site through its GoCentral platform. The partnership comes at a time where nearly 9 out of 10 consumers … Continue reading GoDaddy’s GoCentral Platform Allows SMBs to Create, Claim Yelp Listings

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